‘The Best Medicine’ Author Interview with Caterina Franciosi, “Il Salotto Letterario”, Italy

I had the honour of being interviewed by Caterina Franciosi, “Il Salotto Letterario”, Italy, about my story The Best Medicine. Before we jump to the interview, here’s some background information: The Story The Best Medicine is a horror short story about a wife caring for her acquired brain-injured husband on a remote property in theContinue reading “‘The Best Medicine’ Author Interview with Caterina Franciosi, “Il Salotto Letterario”, Italy”

The 2021 Bram Stoker Awards® Preliminary Ballot Announced which includes THE BEST MEDICINE

I was so excited to see this in my email today. The 2021 Bram Stoker Awards Preliminary Ballot has been announced and I’m stunned and honored that THE BEST MEDICINE made the list for Superior Achievement in Short Fiction. It’s only the preliminary ballot but this is a huge achievement for me. The next stepContinue reading “The 2021 Bram Stoker Awards® Preliminary Ballot Announced which includes THE BEST MEDICINE”

Out with the old goals, in with the new.

December is the time to set writing goals for the new year, but I thought it would be fun to see if I achieved my goals from last year, because I always forget them by the end of January. My initial goal for 2021 was to finish a short story I was working on forContinue reading “Out with the old goals, in with the new.”

2021 Awards Eligibility Post

In the spirit of eternal optimism, it’s that time of year when writers put together a list of stories they’ve published during 2021. The list helps people find stories to nominate for science fiction, horror, and fantasy awards. I was fortunate to have three awards eligible stories published this year, and I’ve listed these below:Continue reading “2021 Awards Eligibility Post”

Dark Moments Monthly Drabble Challenge

Another month, another writing challenge and Black Hare Press continues to tempt me with its Dark Moments monthly drabble challenge. The theme for September was Halloween, and stories had to be exactly 100 words. When I say exactly, that’s exactly what it means and I always have fun making sure elipses (…) don’t add toContinue reading “Dark Moments Monthly Drabble Challenge”